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January 27, 2023
Associate Professor Eric Fink spoke with a journalist whose story in the News & Observer, Charlotte Observer, and (Greensboro, N.C.) News & Record reported on allegations of unfair labor practices in two North Carolina distribution warehouses.
January 23, 2023
The accomplished law school administrator, currently serving as interim dean at Arizona State University’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, praises Elon University’s distinct approach to experiential learning, mentoring and innovation.
January 9, 2023
The Hon. John M. Morris L’10, who was sworn into office in January after prevailing in his fall campaign, is the first Elon Law graduate to preside in the North Carolina system that oversees felony criminal trials and civil cases involving more than $25,000.
January 2, 2023
Elon Law's 2022-2023 Distinguished Leadership Lecture Series presented by The Joseph M. Bryan Foundation continues with an evening program at the Carolina Theatre in downtown Greensboro.
December 21, 2022
Four students from Elon Law’s Class of 2024 took part this fall in a statewide program aimed at sparking new and innovative ways of offering legal services.
December 16, 2022
Emmanuel Agyemang-Dua was honored at Commencement for the Class of 2022 with the David Gergen Award for Leadership & Professionalism in recognition of an unwavering commitment to serving his colleagues, his law school, and the community.
December 12, 2022
Graduates were recognized in two separate awards programs and at Commencement with school and professional honors for advocacy, academic excellence, and excellence in service.
December 12, 2022
The annual ceremony recognizes the achievements of Elon's graduating students who recognize their African roots.
December 10, 2022
Elon Law conferred degrees on 127 graduates during Friday's School of Law Commencement, which featured an address by Patti Ramseur, president-elect of the North Carolina Bar Association.
December 7, 2022
One of the world’s top players visited downtown Greensboro to compete against students and faculty who learned that a single mistake is sometimes all it takes to find yourself checkmated.